Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
20
May

Stealing gas without a license

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Area police reports May 20, 2014

Tue
13
May

Rollover in Roseville


photos by Johanna Holub/Review

A truck hauling a large load of water overturned in Roseville around 11:30 a.m. May 6. The rig was exiting onto Snelling Avenue northbound from State Highway 36 eastbound when the incident occurred, closing down the ramp for several hours.

Tue
13
May

Bank robbery at Har Mar Cub Foods prompts RAHS lockdown


Investigators are searching for this man, who is the lone suspect in a robbery at TCF Bank in the Har Mar Cub Foods that took place around 9:10 a.m. May 8. (photo courtesy of the Roseville Police Department)

Around 9:10 a.m. on Thursday, May 8, an unidentified man robbed the TCF Bank branch in the Cub Foods grocery store at Har Mar Mall, 2100 Snelling Ave. N. After implying he was armed with a weapon, the robber made off with an “undetermined amount of money,” according to a statement from the Roseville Police Department.

Tue
13
May

Roseville Rainbow to become Cub Foods

Roundy’s is jumping ship on the Minnesota grocery market, the company announced May 7.
The company, which owns the local Rainbow Foods stores, cites a tough economy and a competitive local grocery market as reasons for the exit, according to a press release.
As a result, the Rainbow Foods grocery store near the Roseville Shopping Center at 1201 Larpenteur Ave., which also includes a stand-alone liquor store, will be bought by Twin Cities-based SuperValu Foods in the next 60 days.

Tue
13
May

Little Canada to present rail quiet zone study results

Little Canada might be a little quieter soon—and that’s a good thing, according to city officials and residents plagued by the sound of train whistles at all hours of the day.
On May 14, city council members will discuss the results of a study compiled by SEH Consulting regarding the establishment of a rail quiet zone through Little Canada. A statement from the city says it has received “a significant number” of calls from residents expressing concerns about the whistles, length of the trains, contents of what’s being hauled and the safety of the cars.

Tue
13
May

Bomb threat at Roseville Area Middle School

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Area police reports May 13, 2014

Tue
06
May

Roseville names next community development director

Roseville has chosen a new community development director following Patrick Trudgeon’s step into the city manager position in February.

Tue
06
May

Little Canada man crashes van into St. Paul restaurant

A Little Canada man has been charged with fleeing a police officer and five counts of criminal vehicular operation after he allegedly crashed his minivan into a restaurant in Lowertown St. Paul last week.
Just before midnight on Friday, May 2, a state patrol trooper received a radio call reporting an “erratic” motorist on U.S. Highway 61 who was speeding, crossing the center line and nearly crashed into a wall, according to the criminal complaint.

Tue
06
May

Grant to be used to improve water quality in Long Lake


A historic aerial photo from 1938 shows a straightened Rice Creek as it flows through what would later become the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant, with its former meandering path still visible. The road running north/south through the photo would later become Interstate-35W. (photo courtesy of the Rice Creek Watershed District)

The Rice Creek Watershed District (RCWD) recently received a $3 million grant from the Clean Water Fund which will be used to improve the water quality in Long Lake.
The grant, which comes from the Minnesota Legacy Fund, will be used for various projects intended to curb pollution entering Rice Creek and surrounding waters that feed Long Lake, focusing on sediments and phosphorus, which cause algae blooms. The long-term goal is to reduce the pollution in the lake by 40 percent.

Tue
06
May

Judge approves Ramsey County bid for Vadnais Sports Center

Last week, Ramsey County secured its place in the “state of hockey” after a probate court judge allowed the county to purchase the Vadnais Sports Center, a complex that houses two ice arenas and seating for more than a thousand spectators, among other amenities.

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